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Caleb Klauder Country Band, the Barn Door Slammers

MARK STOCK
9 pm., Monday December 31 | $15.
Spare Room
4830 NE 42nd Ave.
 

[HONKY-TONK] This is not the drown-your-sorrows country music your great-grandfather listened to while getting drunk alone in bars. Caleb Klauder’s sound is celebratory and nostalgic, the five-o’-clock, guitar-and-fiddle jams of some hardworking Western town. Tonight, amid a prime-rib dinner special and “Rhinestone Cowboy” contest, Klauder and his band will lure folks onto the dance floor with his old-fashioned, heel-stomping elixir of hooky riffs and cheery, egalitarian folk. 



Where: Spare Room
Phone: 503-287-5800
Address: 4830 NE 42nd Ave.
Website: http://spareroompdx.com

 
 

Spare Room

4830 NE 42nd Ave.
Portland, OR
97218
 
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